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House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) confused the 14th and 11th Amendments when suggesting the president could bypass Congress and unilaterally raise the debt ceiling, saying, “Whatever it is, I’m with the constitution.” During her weekly press conference on Capitol Hill on Thursday, Pelosi was asked about the need for two separate deals in Congress to both raise the approaching debt ceiling and address the expiration of the Bush era tax cuts. “I would hope not,” Pelosi said. “I would hope that by now—well, me, I’m with the 11th Amendment, so.” “Is it the 11th Amendment?” she asked. “That—14th is it?” “Whatever it is, I’m with the Constitution of the United States,” said the Minority Leader.
Originally posted by CosmicCitizen
When the debate starts on Feinstein's Gun Control Bill I would hope that a gaggle of Senators will take turns reading directly from the writings of the Founding Fathers on the importance of guns and the second amendment as well.